Consultation Hub

Welcome to the Sutton Council Consultation Finder. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Open Consultations

  • Sutton North - SL1104 Traffic Management Order (TMO) Scheme Statutory Consultation

    A 20mph speed limit zone in All Saints Road, Angel Hill Drive, Aultone Way, Avon Close, Benfleet Close, Benhill Road, Benhill Wood Road, Betchworth Close, Bramley Road, Brunswick Road, Burnell Road, Calthorpe Gardens, Chilworth Gardens, Chudleigh Gardens, Constance Road, Cressingham Grove,... More

    Closes 15 April 2021

  • Sutton South - SL1105 Traffic Management Order (TMO) Scheme Statutory Consultation

    A 20mph speed limit zone in Albion Road, Chalgrove Road, Christchurch Park, Crossways, Devonshire Avenue, Devonshire Road, Downside Road, Egmont Road, Farm Close, Farm Road, Filey Close, Ferndown Close, Hillcroome Road, Kayemoor Road, Mayfield Road, Montgomery Gardens, Prior Avenue, The Byway,... More

    Closes 15 April 2021

  • Residential Electric Vehicle charging points survey 2021

    We have a target to use Sutton's network of street lighting columns to deliver new electric vehicle charging points across the borough by Summer 2021. We are also working to expand the network of Source London fast charging points in the borough. Our aim is to provide a range of... More

    Closes 31 May 2021

  • Smarter Litter Bins for Hackbridge

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This... More

    Closes 30 June 2021

  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 2 - Beddington

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This... More

    Closes 30 June 2021

Closed Consultations

  • School Streets: St Elpheges Catholic Infants and Juniors (Roe Way)

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. One way of doing this is to introduce School Streets. School Keep Clear markings were first established in the 1964 Traffic Signs Regulations, and keep the space outside of schools... More

    Closed 9 April 2021

  • School Streets: Bandon Hill Primary School and Sherwood Hill School (Beddington Gardens)

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. One way of doing this is to introduce School Streets. School Keep Clear markings were first established in the 1964 Traffic Signs Regulations, and keep the space outside of schools... More

    Closed 9 April 2021

  • School Streets: Carshalton Boys Sports College (Winchcombe Road)

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. One way of doing this is to introduce School Streets. School Keep Clear markings were first established in the 1964 Traffic Signs Regulations, and keep the space outside of schools... More

    Closed 9 April 2021

  • School Streets: Cheam Park Farm Primary Academy (Kingston Avenue)

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. One way of doing this is to introduce School Streets. School Keep Clear markings were first established in the 1964 Traffic Signs Regulations, and keep the space outside of schools... More

    Closed 9 April 2021

  • School Streets: Muschamp Primary (Muschamp Road)

    Sutton Council is committed to making the streets outside our schools safer and healthier for our children. One way of doing this is to introduce School Streets. School Keep Clear markings were first established in the 1964 Traffic Signs Regulations, and keep the space outside of schools... More

    Closed 9 April 2021

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

We asked what residents' priorities were for how to spend the Neighbourhood Fund to improve community infrastructure.

You said

You indicated priorities, voted on council-proposed projects and gave your own suggestions for improvements to fund.

We did

We are using the feedback to make a list of projects recommended for funding approval. We are also reporting suggested improvements to service departments.

We asked

We asked tenants of our new Council Housing what they thought of their new homes and amenities.

You said

You said that overall you were very pleased with your new homes. The full set of results are currently being analysed.

We did

Once all the results have been analysed, the findings will feed into the designs of future new build Council Housing.

We asked

Sutton Council asked to hear your opinion to better understand views towards domestic abuse and local services in the community.

We wanted to find out how we can improve services and make sure that it is easy for residents to access the support they might need, at the right time. 

 

You said

We received a great deal of information which we can review and work towards improving. Three key points from the survey include a need for:

1. A clearer understanding on where to go or who to contact for domestic abuse help if needed. 

2. Details on where to go for help if concerned about your own behaviour. 

3. The majority of residents feel they can speak to an independent domestic violence adviser (IDVA) about their circumstances most comfortably. 

We did

The Domestic Abuse Strategic Partnership Board are reviewing recommendations in light of the survey responses and the COVID-19 pandemic. These recommendations include the need for a perpetrator campaign to raise awareness on where to go for help for those concerned about their own behaviour. The Board has also been recommended to agree a sole point of contact for those needing help so we can promote where residents should go for help if needed to avoid any confusion. 

Finally from 1 July following a period of no face-to-face domestic abuse services, we are able to offer face-to-face appointments with our IDVAs for those who need to speak to someone and get help and guidance.